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Need for transplants rises in US

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Photo: Surgeons transplant an organ [11/02/2015] Surgeons and transplant centers nationwide increasingly have rejected hearts donated for transplantation despite a growing need for them, according to a new study by researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine. Need for transplants rises in US - Read more

Poor access to primary care results in poorer health for deaf people

Photo: Girl and woman signing [10/02/2015] Deaf people who sign have poorer health than the general population, according to a study led by researchers from the School for Social and Community Medicine at the University of Bristol, UK.Poor access to primary care results in poorer health for deaf people - Read more

Fluorescent probe tracks osteoarthritis development

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Photo: X-ray image of osteoarthritic knees [09/02/2015] A fluorescent probe may make it easier to diagnose and monitor osteoarthritis, a painful joint disease. The disease is often detected late in development after painful symptoms occur. Earlier diagnosis might lead to better management and patient outcomes. A new study reports that a fluorescent probe tracked the development of osteoarthritis in male mice, brightening as the disease progressed. Fluorescent probe tracks osteoarthritis development - Read more

New method for minimally invasive tissue ablation surgery

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Photo: Masson's trichromatic staining of the liver tissue [09/02/2015] A team of researchers that includes scientists from the Quinnipiac University and the University of California, Berkeley reports a new method for minimally invasive tissue ablation surgery that combines electrolysis with reversible electroporation. New method for minimally invasive tissue ablation surgery - Read more

Pediatric pathology: Specialized knowledge for the youngest

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[02/02/2015] When children are sick, their parents take them to a pediatrician. A pediatric pathologist is needed when pathology exams need to be conducted. This branch of pathology requires specialized knowledge. The Society for Pediatric and Fetal Pathologists is championing the transfer and preservation of this knowledge.Pediatric pathology: Specialized knowledge for the youngest - Read more

Epilepsy: Surgery effective for more than 15 years

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Photo: X-ray image of a skull [29/01/2015] Brain surgery for otherwise hard-to-treat epilepsy is effective for up to 15 years, according to a new survey by Henry Ford Hospital physicians.Epilepsy: Surgery effective for more than 15 years - Read more

Aortic dissection: Changing patterns in patient care

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Graphic: Stent is placed inside a blood vessel [28/01/2015] Cardiothoracic surgeons have long played a central role in the care of patients with aortic dissection, a life-threatening condition that in the past was treated only with open surgery or medicines.Aortic dissection: Changing patterns in patient care - Read more

World Cancer Day (February 4th): "Not beyond us"

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Graphic: Official logo of World Cancer Day [26/01/2015] "Not beyond us" – this is the motto of World Cancer Day 2015. It means that the knowledge we have collected about cancer already contains a lot of solutions that we can and should use in the battle against the deadly disease.World Cancer Day (February 4th): "Not beyond us" - Read more

Tiny 'microcapsules' could repair osteoarthritis damage

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Photo: tiny microcapsule containing CNP [20/01/2015] A new 'microcapsule' treatment delivery method developed by researchers at Queen Mary University of London could reduce inflammation in cartilage affected by osteoarthritis and reverse damage to tissue. The research was funded by Arthritis Research UK and the AO Foundation. Tiny 'microcapsules' could repair osteoarthritis damage - Read more

Early blood glucose control lengthens life in people with type 1 diabetes

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Photo: glucose monitoring tool [07/01/2015] People with type 1 diabetes who intensively control their blood glucose early in their disease are likely to live longer than those who do not, according to research funded by the National Institutes of Health. The findings are the latest results of the Diabetes Control and Complications Trial (DCCT) and its follow-up, the Epidemiology of Diabetes Control and Complications (EDIC) study. Early blood glucose control lengthens life in people with type 1 diabetes - Read more

 
 

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